If you happen to like horror, it’s arduous to think about you haven’t seen no less than one of many iconic Halloween films.
The franchise has 13 movies up to now (unfortunate for some), and all however the standalone “Halloween III: Season of the Witch” deal with the ugly misadventures of the fictional serial killer Michael Myers.
Within the first 1978 movie, a baby Michael Myers kills his sister Judith. Then, we see him return to his small city of Haddonfield, Illinois 15 years later to proceed killing (it’s not a lighthearted watch, folks).
The grownup Michael Myers is known as The Form within the credit of the primary movie and is performed by a masked Nick Citadel for a lot of the film, and by Tony Moran when his face is revealed in the direction of the tip of the 1978 movie.
And whereas the movie has been round for 45 years now, some followers are solely simply doing the maths to understand that Micheal Myers would have been simply 21 within the first movie.
“He ought to’ve been on the clubbbbbb,” a remark below a submit sharing the actual fact reads. Properly, good factor I’m a homebody.
Look, for those who’re stunned, think about how the film makers ― who wrongly listed the character’s age as 23 within the 1978 movie ― really feel.
We all know the character is 21 as a result of Dr. Loomis talked about that he was six years outdated on the time of his sister’s brutal homicide. Micheal Myers escaped Smith’s Grove Sanitarium 15 years after that ― so, he was undoubtedly 21.
He’s additionally 21 within the 1981 film “Halloween II”, for what it’s value.
Yep! Individuals have had related reactions.
The actual fact, which was initially shared on Tumblr, has resurfaced on X (previously Twitter) not too long ago. And predictably, folks have Issues To Say.
”[B[eing a serial killer at 21 is crazy like did u even try to be normal,” asked X user @overipepeaches.
“Funny how as i grew up, i kinda get shocked whenever i remember he was only 21 in the original movie,” @evildeadrei says.
Others discovered they share a birthday with the evil character (gahh).
With that, happy Halloween, I guess…